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Swedish PTS seeks comments on proposed data retention fees

Wednesday 3 July 2013 | 12:31 CET | News

Swedish postal and telecoms regulator PTS is seeking comments on its proposals for remuneration for providing retained data to the authorities for the purposes of law enforcement. Compensation will depend on whether the information is handed over during office hours or not, and whether it involves staff with special competency. Comments should be submitted to PTS by 02 September 2013.

PTS is proposing remuneration of SEK 524 for supplying data by specialist personnel during office hours or SEK 789 outside normal working hours. For data delivery by employees without special competency, compensation will be SEK 151 during working hours or SEK 168 outside office hours.


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Countries: Sweden
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